With Access bank SWIFT code you can easily receive a bank wire from a foreign destination into your Access bank account. Similarly, you can also send funds to a foreign account with Access bank BIC.
Basically Access bank SWIFT code enables you to easily transfer funds from a foreign destination into your local bank account and it is also used to send money from your local bank to a foreign account.
Irrespective of the foreign company you are receiving the funds from; That is, if the fund is coming from the USA, Canada, England, France, etc, you can receive them through the Access bank SWIFT code. Similarly, you can send money to any of the aforementioned countries.
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What is the SWIFT code for Access bank Nigeria
The SWIFT code for access bank is ABNGNGLA. This code is valid irrespective of the branch or the state where you opened your Access Bank account.
Financial institutions all over the world are able to send and receive information about financial transactions in a secure, standardized and reliable environment because SWIFT provides a network that enables it.
|Company Name||ACCESS BANK PLC.|
|Headquarters||999C DANMOLE STREET, OFF IDEJO STREVICTORIA ISLAND.|
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People usually ask for the SWIFT BIC of Access bank branch in their location. In other words, they want to know the precise SWIFT BIC of the Access bank branch where they opened an account.
Irrespective of your local area or State in Nigeria you reside such as Edo, Abuja, Lagos, Imo, Benin, Port-Harcourt, Enugu, Kaduna, etc. the SWIFT code you can use to receive funds from abroad is ABNGNGLA and they are the same for every state.
Full meaning of all acronyms used
- BIC: Bank Identifier Code.
- SWIFT: Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications.
- USA: The United States of America.